Alexandra Da Dalt is a communications specialist with experience teaching and working with nonprofit organizations and foundations in Canada, the United States, Argentina, and Timor Leste.
She has a Bachelors Degree in Social and Cultural Analysis with a concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies from New York University, and holds an MA in International Educational Development with a focus on Peace and Human Rights Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Alex’s volunteer experience includes work with the International Rescue Committee, Department of Imaginary Affairs, and Human Rights Watch. She is passionate about forwarding human rights through storytelling and compassionate conversations about complex issues.
I believe freedom of choice is a right every person should have access to, in life and in death. Dignity and empathy are critical to making a person’s end of life as peaceful as possible.